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All content by Katherine Mailly
Members of the Progressive Student Alliance stand with signs protesting Raytheon during a recruiting event hosted in Northeasterns Raytheon Amphitheater Feb. 21. During the Q&A session, the students questioned company representatives about Raytheons associations with states committing war crimes and their contributions to climate change.

Progressive Student Alliance protests Raytheon recruitment event on campus

Katherine Mailly and Yaakov Aldrich
March 15, 2023

Members of the Progressive Student Alliance, or PSA, protested a recruiting event hosted by Raytheon Technologies, a multi-billion dollar aerospace defense organization, expressing their grievances about...

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International Village, or IV, was the site of a burst pipe Feb. 5 due to historic freezing temperatures in Boston. IV Residents had to evacuate the building for about two hours while maintenance was done to repair the pipe.

Burst pipe at IV forces students to evacuate

Katherine Mailly, news correspondent
February 16, 2023

Due to the below-zero weather of the weekend of Feb. 3 through 5, residents were forced to evacuate International Village, or IV, after a pipe burst, sending students that had been sleeping in their residence...

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Jennifer Dwork, VP of Brand Marketing for WISP, answers audience questions during the joint FSO and NUSHARE panel on Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Student groups partner with WISP to discuss reproductive justice

Katherine Mailly, news staff
January 12, 2023

Students spoke with representatives from the reproductive healthcare company Wisp Dec. 1 at an event centered on how the overturning of Roe v. Wade will impact access to reproductive health services. The...

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Northeastern announced a collaboration with the mental health advocacy group JED in an Oct. 31 email. The four-year partnership will bring advisors on campus to help improve Northeasterns mental health resources.

JED partnership seeks to upgrade on-campus mental health support

Katherine Mailly, news staff
November 16, 2022

Northeastern announced in an email Oct. 31 that it will begin the process of becoming a JED campus in an effort to improve on-campus mental health support for students. JED is a non-profit foundation...

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Many Northeastern students have received scam emails, like this one, claiming to offer high paying part-time jobs. New security measures have been introduced to make it more difficult for other users to log into someones Northeastern account.

Surge of scam emails prompts security concerns, new protection measures

Katherine Mailly, news staff
November 14, 2022

Northeastern students have been seeing an increase in scam emails appearing in their school emails, which some say have been harder to spot due to the similarities to legitimate university emails. Following...

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Harvard professor Elizabeth Janiak came to Northeastern Oct. 20 to give a presentation on the public health implications of overturning Roe v. Wade. Some of the research she shared comes from her work as the director of social science research at Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts.

Post-Roe world highlighted in presentation from Harvard professor

Katherine Mailly, news correspondent
October 27, 2022

Elizabeth Janiak, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and director of the T.H. Chan School of Public Health, gave a presentation Oct. 20 on the broad questions of how the overturning of Roe v....

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All first and second-year students at Northeastern were enrolled in a Success Skills Program, created in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvanias Wharton School. In a Sept. 26 email, these students were told that the course had been indefinitely postponed following implementation difficulties.

Wharton Success Skills Program canceled, student opinions on the program vary

Katherine Mailly, news correspondent
October 24, 2022

The Wharton/NU Success Skills program has been postponed following difficulties in carrying out the program, according to a Sept. 26 email. First and second-year students enrolled in the course had mixed...

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Students stop at tables at the Sustainability and Bike fair in Centennial Common. The fair highlighted both on and off-campus organizations that promote sustainability.

Sustainability and Bike Fair highlights sustainable habits, student groups

Katherine Mailly, news correspondent
October 6, 2022

Students organizations, Northeastern committees and groups from Boston gathered in Centennial Common Sept. 27, for the Sustainability and Bike Fair. Organized by the Climate Justice and Sustainability...

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